Body Waves in a Layered Anelastic Solid
A formulation extending the Haskell-Thompson matrix method to include the effects of anelastic attenuation is presented. The formulation is exact in that no low-loss approximations are made. Consideration is given to nonparallel propagation and attenuation directions with corresponding velocity anisotropy. Examples are presented for models representing soils, the crust, and the core-mantle boundary.
Silva, W.J., 1976, Body waves in a layered anelastic solid, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, v. 66, p. 1539-1554.
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